Members, Clubs, Districts, Zones
Rotary thrives on its remarkable members spanning the globe, known as Rotarians. These passionate individuals belong to dynamic clubs led by changing leaders each year. Collectively, these clubs form districts, which in turn contribute to a larger zone. In addition to Rotary clubs, there are Rotaract clubs specifically designed for leaders aged 18-30, and their members are called Rotaractors. Rotaractors frequently collaborate with Rotarians on impactful service projects within their communities. With over 35,000 Rotary clubs, organized into approximately 530 districts and 34 regional zones, our global network continues to make a significant difference worldwide.
There are numerous opportunities for you to get involved at various levels – be it at the club, district, or international level – aligning with your interests and skills. Let me provide you with a few examples of how you can apply your expertise, make a positive impact, and experience personal growth in the process.